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Albert J. St. Hilaire

June 14, 1932 ~ November 7, 2023 (age 91) 91 Years Old
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Albert J. St. Hilaire Obituary

Albert J. St. Hilaire, 91, of York, ME, passed away at his home on November 7, 2023, with his wife Sally by his side.

Born in Boston, MA on June 14, 1932 to Albert and Nettie (Libby) St. Hilaire. He grew up in South Boston, graduating from Gate of Heaven High School in 1949. He served honorably in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. 

Upon his return from military service, he graduated Boston College and attended Suffolk Law School. He then began his life long career in the food industry beginning with Beech Nut Foods, Campbells, The Schrafft Candy Co. and Knott, Sheehan Co., Inc. He created his own company, St. Hilaire Enterprises, successful in candy sales throughout New England. 

He moved to Kittery Point, ME to pursue his lifelong love of sailing. Together, with his wife Sally, they spent the summers sailing the New England coasts until the arrival of grandchildren, which brought them back to the family cottage on Great East Lake for swimming, water skiing, kayaking, and boating. For over 35 years, they also enjoyed spending time in St. Pete Beach, FL playing golf and visiting with friends. 

He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Sally, his daughter Carrie Bond (Kevin Orford) of Australia, his sons, Stephen of Lowell, MA and Kenneth of Tyngsboro, MA, grandchildren Whitney (James) Shadel, Albey Bond, Connor (Teah) Bond, and Joseph St. Hilaire and Great-Grandchildren, Lilly Nixon and Blake Shadel. He is also survived by his Step-Children, Deborah (William) Barry and Clark Noble of Manchester, NH and Christopher (Liza) Noble of Kittery, ME and Step-Grandchildren Mark Noble, Michael Noble, Sarah (Brian) Hippern and Lauren Barry. He was predeceased by his sister, Lorain Zable, brother, Robert, infant son, Paul, and grandson Darcy Bond. 

There will be no calling hours or services at this time. A private memorial service will be held at a later date. 

Growing up in South Boston the Boys Club was a meaningful part of Al’s life. Any contributions in his memory could be made to the Boys and Girls Club of your choice.


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